Institut Méditerranéen d’Océanologie
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SUROY Maxime      
Fonction : Doctorant
Equipe: CE
Maxime.SUROY_AT_univ-amu.fr
+33(0)4-91
Bureau: 129, Etg: 1, Bât: TPR1 - Site : Luminy

Activités de Recherche:     
My scientific areas are mainly focused on the study of the role of the mineral structures of phytoplankton on the degradation of organic matter (OM). We know that the particulate OM is linked to mineral structure in aggregates and that such relations change kinetics of mineral dissolution and, in turn, kinetics of degradation. The model studied is the frustule of diatoms (silica cell wall of diatoms) that can form aggregates sinking out of the photic layer and carrying OM. Relations between OM and frustules can varied from species to species and can explained variability in Si/OC coefficient found in different oceanic basins. To understand these relations and the effects of environmental variability (e.g nutrients availability) on the frustule, I carry out degradation experiment of diatoms grown under different conditions and I analyze the OM of the isolated frustules.
Domaines de Recherche:
  • Planète et Univers/Océan, Atmosphère
  • Planète et Univers/Interfaces continentales, environnement
  • Sciences de l'environnement/Milieux et Changements globaux
  • Sciences de l'environnement/Biodiversité et Ecologie
  • Sciences du Vivant
Productions scientifiques :
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+ Transfer of singlet oxygen from senescent irradiated phytoplankton cells to attached heterotrophic bacteria: Effect of silica and carbonaceous matrices doi link

Auteur(s): Petit M., Suroy M., Sempere R., Vaultier F., Volkman John K., Goutx M., Rontani J.-F.

(Article) Publié: Marine Chemistry, vol. 171 p.87-95 (2015)

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+ Degradation of diatom carbohydrates: A case study with N- and Si-stressed Thalassiosira weissflogii doi link

Auteur(s): Suroy M., Panagiotopoulos C.(Corresp.), Boutorh J., Goutx M., Moriceau Brivaëla

(Article) Publié: Journal Of Experimental Marine Biology And Ecology, vol. 470 p.1-11 (2015)

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+ Fatty acids associated with the frustules of diatoms and their fate during degradation-A case study in Thalassiosira weissflogii doi link

Auteur(s): Suroy M.(Corresp.), Moriceau Brivaëla, Boutorh J., Goutx M.

(Article) Publié: Deep Sea Research Part I: Oceanographic Research Papers, vol. 86 p.21-31 (2014)